My local sports club STV Kerns organized and performed a cinema themed gymnastic show Turnerabend. Together with other sports clubs we’ve put together a program and presented during two evenings and one after noon. During the event I was in charge of technical aspects and making photos of the show. Here are some of my favorites.
Traceability is key when collaborating in the Active Directory (AD). Multiple admins changing and updating permissions and policies makes it difficult being compliant with the company’s policies. It is important to monitor mutations in the directory. By default audit policies are disabled for Domain Controllers (DC) and must be enabled explicitly. Enabling auditing for the DCs is quite easy, querying the logs for a specific event is a bit more difficult.
In this guide you’ll learn how to enable auditing for a specific case and how to query the audit logs for a specific event.
Together we’ve built an app to create and share events with friends. It was an awesome experience. Yesterday we launched a private version on heroku. For us this was a great accomplishment. I learned a lot from this project and thought about sharing it with world.
Some technical features and challenges we solved:
- Access control for methods, publications and routing.
- Mobile first ui with material design.
- Fulltext search everywhere.
- File upload to Dropbox with Meteor-Files.
- Images with different thumbnails.
- Keyboard navigation in single views.
- Ready for deployment to heroku.
Thanks to the makers of Meteor, React, Mantra and Mantra-CLI.
As promised here’s the sequel to my last tutorial: Part 1
This time we create a basic rich application with JavaFX. It will be quite simple, but still a good example to show how you can structure a complex project according to MVC.